The OR Cockpit provides accessibility at a completely new level, allowing each team member to have real-time, relevant information so that the entire team feels empowered to course correct behavior change. Patient Safety and Efficiency Indicators allow teams to view their successes as well as their areas for improvement. These, in conjunction with the automated reports and analysis, can help motivate staff to achieve new levels of efficiency and quality of patient care.
“The OR Cockpit helps monitor and visualize items that traditionally were not visible for the whole team and helps them be responsible for those numbers.”
John Drake, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon
Singing River Health System
Configure surgical safety checklists to ensure completion per the World Health Organization, Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, and the Joint Commission recommendations to ensure optimal patient safety. All of these relate directly to patient wellbeing and their outcome.
Maintain inside operating room environmental parameters by minimizing unnecessary door movements, all while limiting noise and distractions, letting you focus on the task at hand.
These parameters are monitoring key aspects of the OR environment such as ambient temperature, humidity, and differential pressure. This ensures
recommended in-room environmental parameters are maintained during the procedure for greatest patient safety. This visual easily identifies when parameters are out of range for immediate action.
A composite score of several key patient safety parameters. When compiled, they provide an indicator of how well the guidelines, as a whole, are being
followed. It can help keep the surgical team alert to any potential shortcomings throughout the procedure, which helps improve patient safety and outcomes.